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Posted on Sustainabilitank.info on March 20th, 2013
by Pincas Jawetz (PJ@SustainabiliTank.com)

Saddam Hussein
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New York Times Editorials of March 20, 2013 – The Print Version:

Editorial

Ten Years After

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

An ill-conceived war continues to affect American policy.

 Editorial: Iraq’s Fragile Future

Editorial

Iraq’s Fragile Future

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Iraq continues to face political strife, sectarian violence and corruption and mismanagement.

Editorial

For the G.O.P., It’s Not Just the Message

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

If Republican leaders want a broader appeal, they should re-examine their divisive policies.

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Op-Ed Contributor

A Decade of Despair

By AHMAD SAADAWI

Outside, the bombs went off. Inside, we toasted the queen.

Op-Ed Contributor

Iraq: Where Terrorists Go to School

By JESSICA STERN

Qaeda-affiliated militants drawn to Iraq since 2003 have been battle-tested. They are taking the fight to neighboring countries, especially Syria.

Op-Ed Columnist

Democrats, Dragons or Drones?

By THOMAS L. FRIEDMAN

Iraq might seem to have been the last place in the Middle East we should have tried to help establish a democracy, but it was the most important.

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OPINION | Op-Ed Contributor

What America Learned in Iraq

By JOHN A. NAGL

Some hope that the enormous price of the Iraq war was not paid entirely in vain.

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